China overtook India as the world's top consumer of gold in 2013, according to the World Gold Council, in a year that saw overall demand slump.
A yuan settlement service by Australia’s stock exchange operator ASX and Bank of China marks another step in yuan’s development as a global currency.
China has just settled one shadow-banking product's high-profile failure and another has emerged, with analysts expecting more potential defaults ahead.
Wednesday's FOMC meeting minutes will shed light on the future of the taper.
When most people think taxes, usually the first word that comes to mind isn't 'logical.' It appears that is true outside of the United States as well.
The journey to Sochi has meant sacrifice for many Olympians who have had to live hand-to-mouth to pay for coaching fees, travel and monthly expenses.
It sounds too good to be true, but companies are starting to let employees take as much time off as they want ... and it's all paid.
Slowed car sales threaten a price war among automakers that could bring sharp spikes in givebacks and other perks.
Netflix saw a bumper number of U.S. subscribers tune in to Web-only TV show "House of Cards" as the second series of the drama came out on Friday.
The trends at New York Fashion Week will be difficult to duplicate at fast fashion retailers such as H&M and Zara.
Italy is expected to face days of political horse trading for key posts as Matteo Renzi begins talks to form a coalition government.
The U.S. is at risk of becoming a "Downton Abbey" economy, former US treasury secretary Larry Summers has warned.
The U.S. economy up its employment by nearly 2 million people over the past year, despite operating at a percentage point below its growth rate.
European stocks closed higher on Monday, with a rally in mining stocks helping the U.K.'s FTSE 100 to post healthy gains of over 1 percent.
Stubbornly high prices may indicate otherwise, but a host of forces are conspiring to bring down gasoline demand in the United States.
Who are the biggest losers in the Comcast merger? Charter Communications is most obvious, but television companies also face risk.
Japan's economy grew at a slower pace than expected at the end of 2013, stoking fears momentum has stalled, but some say the dip will prove fleeting.
Some vehicles can lose as much as a third of their fuel economy when the temperature drops to 20 degrees, new research says.
The current state of the U.K. pension system is leaving consumers short-changed, according to the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
Fewer U.S. homes were repossessed in January, bringing foreclosures down to the lowest level in more than six years.